Are You Missing the Point of Life?

“There never has been security. No man has ever known what he would meet around the next corner; if life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor.” –Eleanor Roosevelt

“I know that leaving my job was the right thing to do, as it . . . → Read More: Are You Missing the Point of Life?

“I Don’t Know Anything!”

By Dr. Margaret Paul April 06, 2020

What if you knew that, not only do you know nothing, but that you don’t need to know anything?

 

“One thing only I know, and that is that I know nothing.” Socrates

One of my all-time favorite movie lines is in the Alastair Sims version of A . . . → Read More: “I Don’t Know Anything!”

Discovering The Pearl From the Wounds

By Dr. Margaret Paul March 02, 2020

Rather than feeling like a victim of your wounds, you might want to embrace them as the injury necessary to produce the being that you are capable of becoming.

“A pearl is a beautiful thing that is produced by an injured life. It is . . . → Read More: Discovering The Pearl From the Wounds

How To Heal The Fear Of Getting Hurt Again

By Dr. Margaret Paul February 24, 2020

Are you putting off opening to another relationship for fear of getting hurt again?

You’ve been hurt over and over in your relationships, and now you are hesitant to seek a relationship for fear of getting hurt again. You might be asking, as many of . . . → Read More: How To Heal The Fear Of Getting Hurt Again

Releasing Pain – Essential for Physical and Emotional Health

By Dr. Margaret Paul January 27, 2020

Pain that is stuck in your body can cause many physical and emotional problems, and blocks out the enlivening flow of love, peace and joy – the flow of Spirit.

Growing up, all of us had pain from the loneliness, grief, helplessness and heartbreak . . . → Read More: Releasing Pain – Essential for Physical and Emotional Health

Loving Yourself – Chore or Freedom?

By Dr. Margaret Paul

January 20, 2020

Are you resistant to doing your inner work and taking the loving actions on your own behalf?

“Some people regard discipline as a chore. For me, it is a kind of order that sets me free to fly.” – Julie Andrews

How often have . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself – Chore or Freedom?